Hazrat Syed Ameen Badasha







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Syed Ameen Badasha



Hazrath Syed Ameen Badasha also known as Khwaja e Guntur, was a renownedMuslim Sufisaint and scholar of the QuadriChisti order from Indian sub continent. He was the disciple and the Qalifa-e-kamil of Sadulla Sha Almaroof Kamali Sha Who was the Qalifa e kamil of Peer Gousi Sha Akbari (حضرت مولانا غوثى شاه). He is one of the most celebrated Sufis produced by India in the 20th century. He is one of the Shaik-Kamil among the masses of South India, particularly Coastal Andhra.

Biography

He was one of the descendants of the family of Gouse e Aazam who was the Grand son of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. He was born in Qadri Syed family in 20 th century. He is the 23rd grand son of Ghousul Azam. After Quranic and high school education he joined as ACTO in commercial tax office for livelihood. In few years (after the life settlements of his children) he stopped service of commercial tax office. And started muzahida(s) at several mosques with a servant Mustafa saheb. He had not got baith at father, or at any other family members due to minority of age. After the success of muzahida(s) he had got baith. Sadullah sha saheb took him into baiyat and awarded khilafath instantly. After the Ceremony of Baith and Qilafat, when Shadullah sha saheb was in return to Nizamabad , he titled also as Wazoodisha by his peer o murshid. The long desire of becoming disciple of Abdullah sha Saheb ( محدث دكن ابلحسنات سيد عبدالله شاه نقشبندى قادرى‎) was came in to practical in once dream. Then he send his servant Mustafa saheb, at to Hazarat Mohaddis e Deccan, and got shazra signed by Hazarat Abdullah sha Saheb Mujadadi.

[edit]Disciples

Approximately 4 thousand people were his disciples through all over India.In the disciples many followers were educated. His disciples have spread his teachings throughout India .

Titles

  1. Wajoodisha
  2. Shaik us Zaman
  3. Nayab e Gouse O Khwaja
  4. Khwaja-e-Guntur

[edit]Family Tree

  • Syedna Shaik Abdul Qadar Jilani (Rz)
  • Hazarat syed sha Abdul Razzak Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Shahabuddin Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Bahawuddin Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Sadarul Haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Rukne aalam Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Sadruddin Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Ruknul haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Shamsul haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Habibullah Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Badrul haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Noorul haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Sirajul haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Ziaul haq Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Aamanullah Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Mohammad vali Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Gulam rasool Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Fariduddin Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Hasan ali sha Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Mustafa Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Ameenuddin Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Abdul Razak Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Ameenuddin Qadri
  • Hazarat syed Gouse ali sha Qadri
  • Hazarat syed sha Ameen badasah Qadri

[edit]Books

  1. Jazbat-e-Wajoodiya
  2. Jeeva Mruta Sanjivani (Telugu)
  3. World Peace

[edit]Prediction of his own death

Hazarat predicted that he would die in two days . His prediction came true . He is buried at Auto NagarGuntur, A.P, India, where the Tombis located. Sandal Shareef of Hazarat celebrates on 7 th day Morning of the Month "Safar".

[edit]Legacy

His spiritual and intellectual legacy is carried forward only by his disciples . After him, his spiritual lineage was not carried forward in any way.

Hazrath Peer Ghousi Shah


Ghousi ShahFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Alhaj Moulana Peer Ghousi Shah(Persian/Urduحضرت مولانا غوثى شاه ) (July 1893 – June 1954) was a renowned Muslim Sufi, saint, scholar, writer and poet from the Indian subcontinent; whose poetry in Urdu andPersian is considered to be among the greatest of the modern era. Tayyabat-E-Ghousi is considered one of the famous poetric book in tasawwuf which has a collection of poems - HamdNaat, Manqabath, Rubaiyat . He was the most famous disciple and successor of Syed Kamalullah Shah also known as Machiliwale Shah who in turn became the spiritual master of India’s noted Sufi saints.[1] He was born on 1 July 1893 A.D. in Hyderabad corresponding to 16th zil haj 1310 hejiri.[2][3]

Biography

He was twenty when his father passed away in the year 1913. Ghousi Shah studied under Maulana Hameedullah. He learnt Urdu, Arabic, Persian: Fiqh, Hadith, Tafseer. He also learnt calligraphy. Ghousi Shah embodied in his person, all the elements of Akhlakhe Muhammadi – the character of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. Ghousi Shah Saheb was a total transparent person. His surrender to God was total. As an orator, he left a deep, intimate impact upon his listeners. He would stir their hearts by his powerful words. As an interpreter of wahdatul wujoodhe was unique. He was a great Khateeb – an orator who left a great impact upon the audience.[3]Masnavi Maulana Rum in an extremely impressive manner and he was a great interpreter ofarabi. He would baffle us by his simple interpretation of the complex problems of Sufism. He would build a healthy rapport with his students.[2]

[edit]Spiritual History

His father, Alhaj Kareemullah Shah, brought him up and intiated him in Tasawwuf. He developed love for Allah after the initiation. This love grew into great passion and ishq, after he met Hazrath Machiliwale Shah. He took Baiyat under him and was awarded khilafath instantly. It was a turning point in his life. Syed Kamalullah Shah(Machiliwale Shah) a businessman from Mysore, surrendered himself to Syed Sultan Mahmoodullah Shah Hussaini, when he first met him in Secunderabad. The meeting transformed him totally. He was initiated in the order. Ghousi Shah was a one-year child, when Syed Sultan Mahmoodullah Shah Hussaini died.[1]

Title

  • Kanzul Irfan[2][1][3]
  • Abul Eeqan[2]
  • Shaikh Akber Thani[2][1][3]
  • Qutub-e-Deccan[1]

    Influence

    • Maulana Abdus Samad: A student of Deoband commenting about his scholarship has said “I have not seen a greater interpreter of Masnavi Maulana Rum than Ghousi Shah.
    • Allama seemab Akabarabadi: He once wrote “how I only wish I had seen him from a distance”.
    • Maulana Maudoodi: Maulana Maudoodi was all praise for his learning when he had a detailed meeting with him in the company of Nisar Yar Jung.
    • Allama Ashraf Ali Thanvi: Allama Ashraf Ali Thanvi paid rich tributes for his interpretation of the problem of determinism.
    • Hazrath Syed Abdullah Shah: Hazrath Syed Abdullah Shah on his death said “once I went to listen to Hazrath Ghousi Shah Saheb’s sermon. He explained the intricacies of Tawheed quite coherently. Only a man of his calibre could do it. One has to wait for ages to expect such persons of distinction. Hazrath is no more. We must make the best use of the presence of Hazrath Sahvi Shah, his successor – a boon for all of us.
    • Nawaab Liaqat Jung: Nawaab Liaqat Jung while lauding the efforts of the Namaz committee in propagating the movement of namaaz said “in fact, a movement of this type was founded by Hazrath Ghousi Shah, who organized a huge movement to inculcate religious values”.
    • Hazrath Syed Badshah Hussaini Quadri: Hazrath Syed Badshah Hussaini Quadri also paid rich tributes to the personality of Ghousi Shah. Hazrath Ghousi Shah has dedicated his life to propagate Islam, Iman (faith), Tawheed (faith in the unity of God), Piety and Ihsan. His books are alive, his teachings are alive. He is thus alive. It is just a question of paying attention to his books to reap the benefits.[2]

    [edit]Disciples

    Approximately 10 thousand people were his disciples through all over India.[2] In the disciples many followers were educated. His disciples have spread his teachings throughout India and abroad.[2]

    [edit]Khulafa

    1. Maulana Bareeq Shah
    2. Maulana Hakeem
    3. Abdul Hameed Shah
    4. Syed Khasim Shah
    5. Abdul Basith Shah(Bellary)
    6. Maulana Abdul Ghani Saheb
    7. Syed Wajid Ali Shah
    8. Faqeer Mohammed Shah
    9. Dr Ghulam Dastageer Rasheed Ph.D
    10. Shaik Mohammed Shah
    11. Moulana Shah Husamuddin Quadri (Karda,Mumbai)
    12. Maulana Sheikh Mohiuddin Hilal Akbari
    13. Ghouse Khan
    14. Galeb Saheb
    15. Janab Ahmed Mohiuddin Noori Shah
    16. Abdul Quddoos, Waheedullah Shah
    17. Naser Ali Shah(London
    18. Hakeekm Shah Maqdoom Ashraf(Chennai)
    19. Maulana Ghaffar Shah
    20. Abdur Rasheed.[1][3]

    [edit]Books

    • Kanze Maktoom (Sharha Mathnawi Bahrul Uloom)[1]
    • Majoone Mohammadi [3]
    • Jawahere Ghousi [3]
    • Maqsad-E-Bayet: Hazrath Ghousi Shah discusses about bayet – taking a spiritual pledge. He discusses about the purpose, virtues, necessity, kinds of bayet.[2][1][3]
    • Tayyebat-E-Ghousi: A collection of poems-Hamd, Naat, Manqabath, Rubaiyat. There are thumris-thumri on the Prophet and Meraj.[2][1][3]
    • Noor-Un-Noor: A book on the interpretation of Wahadatul Wujood.[2][1]
    • Kalima-E-Tayaba: The book discusses the significance of Kalim-E-Tyebba – the bedrock of Islam. The book also discusses about awareness of self, awareness of God, revelation, Prophethood etc.,.[2][1]
    • Falahe Muslims [3]
    • Maeete Elah [1]

      Death

      Ghousi Shah Saheb died on 4th Shawwal, 1373 hejire corresponding to Sunday, 6 June 1954 A.D in Hyderabad. He was buried in his father mosque Masjid-E-Kareemullah Shah, 15-6-341, Begum bazaar, Hyderabad, India.[1]

      [edit]Urs

      His annual Urs is organized by his present successor Moulana Ghousavi Shah on 4th Shawwal every year. Moulana Ghousavi Shah (Secretary General: The Conference of World Religions and President: All India Muslim Conference) [1][3][4] and other religious scholars presides the function every year. The Urs celebrations will end with sama (Qawwali Programme) at Baith-Un-Noor, Hyderabad. People from all corners of country irrespective of cast and creed comes to attend this occasion every year.[1]




Hazrath Machiliwale Shah


Hazrath Machiliwale ShahFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



Machiliwale Shah Saheb (died September 8, 1932) also known as Hazrath Syed Kamalullah Shah, was a renowned Muslim Sufisaint and scholar of the QuadriChisti order from Indian sub continent.[1] He was the disciple and the spiritual successor of Hazrath Syed Sultan Mahmoodullah Shah Hussaini(Shaji). His most famous disciple and spiritual successor was Hazrath Ghousi Shah, who in turn became the spiritual master of India's noted Sufi saint.[3][4][2]

Biography

Hazrath Syed Kamalullah Shah was popularly known as Machiliwale Shah Saheb. He was spiritually illuminated by his spiritual preceptors and could explain mysteries of life and existence even to highly educated professors and scholars. Ilahi Chaman (Nimboliadda, Kachiguda) his residence became the centre of Ulemas and Sufis. Professors, poets, jurists and bureaucrats would pride themselves, sitting at the feet of Hazrath Machiliwale Shah. He stressed inner illumination and the leading of a pure and simple life.[3][2]

[edit]Spiritual History

Hazrath Kamalullah Shah (Hazrath Machiliwale Shah), a businessman from Mysore, surrendered himself to Hazrath Syed Mahmoodullah Shah Hussaini when he first met him in Secunderabad. He was initiated (mureed) in the Sufi order and later became the successor (janasheen) of the saint. When Hazrath Ghousi Shah came to his khankha, he took him into baiyat and awarded khilafath instantly. And later made him successor (janasheen).[1][2]

[edit]Influence

A few prominent personalities who used to visit the saint for acquiring knowledge of tasawwuf (Sufism) include:
  • Maharaja Kishan Parshad (Prime Minister of Hyd)[4]
  • Sir Akbar Hyder Yar Jung[4]
  • Nawab Mehdi Yar Jung[4]
  • Sir Nizamuth Jung[4]
  • Samad Yar Jung, Nawab Sayeed Jung[4]
  • Moulana Anwarullah Khan, honorifically known as Fazeelath Jung (founder of Jamia Nizamia)[4]
  • Moulana Barkath Ahmed Tonki (famous Aalim-E-Deen)[4]
  • Moulana Manazir Ahsan Gilani, Professor ilias Burni.[3][4]

[edit]Titles

[edit]Khulafa

  • Moulana Shah Syed Hussain[1][2]
  • Moulana Shah Mohammad Hussain Nazim (Judge) Vanaparthy[1][2]
  • Hazrath Ghousi Shah[1][2]
  • Moulana Meer Ahmed Hussain Bilyamin[1][2]
  • Syed Barkath Ahmed Tonky[1][2]
  • Moulana Syed Obaidullah Alhussaini[1][2]
  • Moulana Zainul Abedeen[1][2]

[edit]Death

He died at 1351 H Thursday 29th Rabi-us-sani corresponding to 8th sept 1932.[3] His tomb is situated at Elahi Chaman, besides Masjid-E-Elahi, Kachiguda, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.[3][4][2]

[edit]Urs

His annual Urs is organized by his present successor Moulana Ghousavi Shah on 29th Rabi-us-sani every year. Moulana Ghousavi Shah (Secretary General: The Conference of World Religions and President: All India Muslim Conference)[5] [3] and other religious scholars presides the function every year. The Urs celebrations will end with sama (Qawwali Programme) at Baith-Un-Noor, Hyderabad. People from all corners of country irrespective of cast and creed comes to attend this occasion every year.[3][4]